AboutGirls Who Code Club Slover Library Norfolk is part of the national organization of Girls Who Code. We are a group of middle and high school students who learn programming skills and apply what we learn to a community impact project we design. The nationwide GWC organization aims to help young women close the gender gap in high-paying computer science careers.
Who Can JoinGirls in grades 6-12 in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
How to Register
Registration for the 2023-2024 sessions is open. Click the button below to sign up.
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Where and When We Meet
We meet at Slover Library. The 2023-2024 session will start October 17 and end May 14, 2024. Our meetings take place from 5pm - 6pm on Tuesdays.
Community Impact ProjectsCheck out some of the projects our GWC coders have done on our Projects Website. They include ideas for dealing with teen discrimination, mental health and school stress, endangered animals apps, a scholarship directory, interactive children's ebooks, and a touch-a-poem board.
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Dr. Tarika Barrett, CEO of Girls Who Code
Welcome Girls Scouts
Your prototype project is the Breathing Visual on Scratch.